Media mentions

An article about Mark Leonard's recent book "What does China think?"

"European countries' disagreement on the Olympic issue could lead to a wider political split within the union", said ECFR's Francois Godement.

It is unusual for the Slovak PM to prioritise a meeting with his Russian counterpart over attending NATO's Bucharest summit, says Andrew Wilson.

A piece in the Italian newspaper quoting ECFR's Thomas Klau.

Mark Leonard talks to the German newspaper about EU-Russia relations.

"Sarkozy saw an opening to become America's number one friend," said ECFR's Nick Witney on France's NATO return.

Daniel Korski comments on Afghanistan ahead of NATO's upcoming summit in Bucharest.

A renewed Franco-British partnership is a useful addition to the German-Franco axis, says Ulrike Gu?rot.

ECFR's Afghanistan report is quoted in the Canadian newspaper.

"Mark Leonard urged the EU to put its relations with Russia under formal review to iron out deep-rooted differences on how to deal with Russia."